Authentic Thai cuisine is the order of the day at Bangkok Boulevard. Situated in Clapham in London Bangkok Boulevard delivers tasty food to entice and entertain.
Genuine Thai ingredients are sourced to authenticate each dish, with Oriental flavours treated with honesty and integrity. This approach has earned them accreditation of the Thai Select Award. The beautifully presented plates of food are rich in colour and provide a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. All food is cooked fresh to order to maximise the natural flavours and textures of the produce. Classic Thai recipes are produced for the benefit of traditionalists, with customary favourites peppering the well-rounded menu. Starters of prawn toast; steamed dumplings; crispy duck, and Thai tom yum soup are among the many renowned dishes on the list. There is a choice of richly spiced curries including the popular green and red varieties, as well as classic rice and noodle dishes aplenty. Neck of pork; poussin, and tilapia are all treated to a turn on the grill, and are just a few of the produce featured under the char-grilled category of foodstuffs. The chefs provide a choice of house specialities which offer something new to the cooking pot. One such entry is a rich lamb shank massaman curry that is cooked to perfection. Diners with a weakness for sugar are greeted favourably with a good choice of desserts, including the traditional Thai pudding of warm banana in coconut milk.
The richly painted interior creates a seductive ambience with a cosy feel. The intimate setting is warm and inviting, with Thai artefacts dotted here and there for added authenticity. Friendly service enhances the positive dining experience which makes this an agreeable venue to visit.
Bangkok Boulevard in Clapham seeks to create a contemporary Thai experience with a Western influence. Discover their approach to recreating the authentic flavours of Thailand fit for the Twenty-first Century diner.
Please note: the tastecard discount is not available on Celebration Days. These include, but are not limited to Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.